If I’m not Someone’s Mom, Then Who am I Now?
Does this sound like you? You’ve spent years driving your kids from one activity to another, helping with school projects, and worrying about their grades. Now the kids are growing up and don’t need you as much.
Suddenly you realize that your whole identity is based on being a mother.
And you wonder, IF I’M NOT NEEDED AS A MOM, WHO AM I NOW?
If that sounds familiar, you’re not alone. I hear this from so many women I know. And guess what? You’re totally normal.
It’s completely normal to feel a little lost when your kids get older. After all, you were a great mom; you focused on your kids when they needed you most.
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